The possible sentence is up to 20 years if the sentence for each charge is served concurrently. You should consult with an attorney. Your defense will be expensive, but couldn't be more worth it.
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Many, many years in prison is a probability. he needs a super criminal defense attorney.
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A prison sentence is not outside the realm of possibility if convicted.
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